VHSgoodiesWA 224 Posted March 27, 2021 Share Posted March 27, 2021 My problem with suing is that the copyright people will nearly always win. Better just to either hope the appeal goes through and I get two of the three channels back... OR I fold completely, go to internet Archive and for the next 6-8 months rapidly upload everything I have minus anything 'questionable'. Of course the latter option means a massive loss in views and reactions compared to YouTube. Some of my videos got over 50,000 views, and 100s of likes. Plus most of the public would likely use YouTube vs. the Internet Archive for classic TV footage. YouTube is 'THE video-sharing site' and has been for many years. I wish I could go back to my YT accounts and find a way to tell my subscribers what happened...but I'm sure a lot of them know already. The problem is how many will be able to transition their clicks from YT to I-A. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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